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Chemical Properties


SOLIDS  EATS Chemical Analysis Submittal Form:
Plant Tissue/Food Products/Animal Tissues – elemental content of Carbon, Chloride, Nitrogen, Phosphorus, Sulfur, Calcium, Magnesium, Potassium, Sodium, Micronutrients (e.g., Copper, Zinc, Selenium), Trace Metals (e.g., Arsenic, Lead, Nickel, Mercury), and Exotics (e.g.,  Barium, Chromium, Gold, Strontium).

Soil Chemical Properties – elemental content of Carbon, Chloride, Nitrogen, Phosphorus, Sulfur, Calcium, Magnesium, Potassium, Sodium, Micronutrients (e.g., Copper, Zinc, Selenium), Trace Metals (e.g., Arsenic, Lead, Nickel, Mercury), and Exotics (e.g.,  Barium, Chromium, Gold, Strontium). For hemp soil testing information see: Hemp Soil Testing

Wood/Wood By-Products – (e.g., lignin, biochar, etc.) – typically Carbon, Hydrogen, Nitrogen, Phosphorus, Calcium, Magnesium, Potassium, Sodium, trace metals, and Sulfur.

Other Solids – Contact Us! – Here is just an example of other solids we have analyzed for the academic, industrial and private sectors in North Carolina: bacterial cells, proteins, tumor tissue, textiles and textile coatings, plant seeds, fresh water invertebrates, fish, eggs, egg shells, insects, fungal hyphae, quantum dots, nanoparticles, metal catalysts.

LIQUIDS  EATS Chemical Analysis Submittal Form:
Soil Extracts – Nitrate/Nitrite, Ammonium, Reactive Phosphate, Micro- and Macronutrients and other dissolved metals, Total Organic Carbon, Dissolved Organic Carbon, Kjeldahl Nitrogen, Total Phosphorus, and Total Suspended Solids.  In addition, user supplied Mehlich III extracts or other common soil test extracts as needed.

Aqueous Samples/Plant Extracts/Water/WasteWater –  Nitrate/Nitrite, Ammonium, Reactive Phosphate, Micro- and Macronutrients and other dissolved metals, Total Organic Carbon, Dissolved Organic Carbon, Kjeldahl Nitrogen, Total Phosphorus, and Total Suspended Solids. Waste water samples require prior approval before submitting to ensure safe handling.

 

Soil Physical Properties


Soil Physical Properties – particle size, water retention, and hydraulic conductivity.

Requires a separate analytical request form: SPPL Analytical Request Form

 

 

For inquiries, please contact the E.A.T.S. Laboratory
Email: eats-laboratory@ncsu.edu
Telephone:  919.513.1297

 

Not Sure – Contact Us! Here is just an example of other liquid samples that we have analyzed for the academic, industrial and private sectors in North Carolina: non-human blood and blood serum, cell media, paper processing liquor, plating baths for tools.